Pain radiating into the shoulders, arms, hands and/or fingers
Pain radiating into the hips, buttocks, legs, feet and/ or toes
Numbness and tingling in the shoulder, arms, hands and/or fingers
Numbness and tingling in the hips, buttocks, legs, feet and/or toes
Arm, hand, leg, or foot weakness
Elbow, wrist, ankle or foot pain.
2835 W. De Leon St.
Tampa, FL 33609
How should a patient prepare for a nerve conduction test ( NCV ) and electromyography ( EMG )?
Bathe or shower before coming for your appointment. Do not use any body lotion before the appointment and inform the doctor if you are taking any medications.
How long does a nerve conduction test (NCV) and electromyography (EMG ) typically last?
A test typically lasts between thirty minutes to sixty minutes.
Who typically performs the nerve conduction test / NCV and electromyography test / EMG ?
The nerve conduction (NCV) portion of the test is performed by our board certified nerve conduction technologist and the electromyography (EMG) test is performed by one of our board certified neurologists.
Which Insurance do you accept for the nerve conduction test (NCV) and electromyography (EMG)?
We accept, we take
Some types of insurance we may accept for nerve conduction testing and electromyography include:
Auto Insurance - all auto accident insurance carriers
Florida no fault auto insurance
Personal injury protection
Medical pay auto insurance
Please note, accceptance of insurance may not guarantee coverage.
we accept auto insurance and workers compensation for NCV EMG tests